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Well done Clare

| July 23, 2009 | 0 Comments

Thumbs up to our friend Clare Finch whose book A Student's Guide to International Financial Reporting Standards has now become recommended additional reading for ACCA students! Not before time say – lets watch as the other bodies follows suit. A quick review shows why this book is an ESSENTIAL for all students sitting accountancy exams […]

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From Start to Finish!

| July 23, 2009 | 0 Comments

In this article, Steve Collings interviews Annette Smyth (Bluewednesday on the AccountancyStudents forums) and asks about her experience in completing AAT, starting ACCA and successfully gaining her membership status of ACCA. You work in Practice for Bob Collyer and Co., what are your main duties? My main duties are compiling the limited company accounts and […]

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Pod casts lead to exam success!

| April 7, 2009 | 0 Comments

www.passacca.net found the content of the site extremely useful. The learning materials have been downloaded by students from all over the world from the UK to Australia. Many students have found the audio downloads invaluable. Mary Kawalya, a distance learning student, now fully qualified, from Uganda, who lives and works in London, found using the […]

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100 free podcasts!

| March 31, 2009 | 0 Comments

Bizpod podcasts help you study for your accountancy and business exams. Bizpod has been set up by a team of authors to help students of professional institutes understand their course material and pass their exams. Bizpod brings studying for accountancy to life with relevant tips and examples to help clarify your understanding- making studying easier. […]

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What is Fear?

| March 8, 2009 | 0 Comments

In her first article for AccountancyStudents, ACCA qualified Neuro-Linguistics Practitioner, Niki Watkins, outlines a major issue for students : the issue of 'fear'. This article is particularly relevant to students who are tackling subjects which they are not particularly comfortable with or students who suffer from nervousness in the lead up to an exam. People […]

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Interactive Study Buddy System

| February 27, 2009 | 0 Comments

AccountancyStudents promised you some additional resources in 2009, and we are on target to get these to you. We are teaming up with the guys at passacca.net who are introducing a new ‘Study Buddy’ system which allows you to find a buddy to help you through the next set of exams. This can be a […]

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AccountancyStudents Seminars

| February 27, 2009 | 0 Comments

At AccountancyStudents we are always looking at ways to help you in your studies. We have teamed up with Nicola Watkins who is an ACCA Qualified Accountant and Neuro-Linguistics Practitioner to develop some seminars to help students through their exams. Steve and Nicola will be presenting the seminars in the coming months throughout the country. […]

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ACCA Exam Results December 2008

| February 27, 2009 | 0 Comments

So another sitting passes and another set of exam results are issued – where does all this time keep going to? Congratulations to all those who passed their exams. Special congratulations go to the new Affiliates who are now about to embark on the journey of hopefully reaping the rewards of their hard work over […]

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Shortlisted for PQ Website of the Year 2009

| February 27, 2009 | 0 Comments

AccountancyStudents were proud to be shortlisted for the PQ Magazine ‘Website of the Year Award 2009′. The awards ceremony was held at Quaglinos in London on Monday 23 February 2009 and we can safely say a good night was had by all. Unfortunately, AccountancyStudents did not win the award, but we were told by PQ […]

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Getting Ready to PASSACCA

| October 28, 2008 | 0 Comments

Students preparing for exams in December 2008 will no doubt be hard at work studying for success on the day of the exam. A key aspect of being able to pass the paper(s) you are studying for is practising exam standard questions and understanding what the examiner is asking you. A common pitfall by students […]

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